Sadik Alfraji


Iraki-Dutch Multimedia artist Sadik Alfraji works in drawing, painting, print, photograph, sculpture, video and animation. He pursuit his art profession depending on the expressionistic intensity of the graphic and focusing on the concepts of the existence.

He mostly works in black and white and with personal source material investigating anxiety, loss, fragmentation, and lapses in time that underline exile.

His work has been presented in numerous solos and group exhibitions in several art venues such as: MoMa PS1, QAGOMA, Queensland Art Gallery; British Museum; 56th and 57th Venice Biennale; Videobrasil; Mori Art Museum; LACMA Museum, LA. USA; Busan Museum of Art; Red Star Line Museum; Stijdelijk Museum Amsterdam; Kunsthal KAdE, NL; MAMA Museum, Algiers; Station Museum, Houston; MAMBA Museum, Buenos Aires; CCPLM, Centro Cultural La Moneda, Chile, and many others.

His works are housed in collections such as Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; The British Museum, UK; Museum Flehite, NL; MFAH, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; LACMA, Los Angeles Country Museum; MATHAF, Arab Museum of Modern Art, Qatar; Barjeel Art Foundation, UAE; Cluj-Napoca Art Museum, Romania; Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Russia; Shoman Foundation Amman, Jordan; French cultural center, Amman, Jordan; National Gallery of Fine Arts, Amman, Jordan; The Art Center, Baghdad; The National Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad; etc. He works and lives in The Netherlands.